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Levin on Planned Parenthood: ‘Don’t Tell Me They Care About Women’

Zenny Phuong
By Zenny Phuong | June 19, 2017 | 2:29 PM EDT

Nationally syndicated radio talk show host Mark Levin (Wikimedia Commons Photo)

On his nationally syndicated radio talk show Friday, host Mark Levin called Planned Parenthood a culture of death and said, “Don’t tell me they care about women.”

“Don’t tell me they care about women when they talk about their babies the way they do,” said Levin. “Don’t tell me they care about women when they do things to their babies that are unspeakable. That is a culture of death.”

Levin’s comments came in response to a caller who said he believes liberals “came up with creative marketing, nuanced words that poll well” by suggesting that the taking of an unborn child’s life is “pro-choice” instead of “pro-death.”

Below is part of the transcript from Levin’s show on June 19:

“You’ve reminded me of something – on abortion, on Planned Parenthood, on those horrific videos of people working at Planned Parenthood talking about little human beings as if they weren’t human beings, talking about their organs as if they’re so many lollipops they’re selling to somebody:

“That is a culture of death. And that culture of death is a culture in many respects has consumed the Democrat party.

“There’s no way around it folks. There’s no way around it.

“To actually insist on funding a private organization that has as its primary work abortions on demand, abortions for any reasons and to treat it so callously.

“Don’t tell me they care about women when they talk about babies the way that they do. Don’t tell me they care about women when they do things to their babies that are unspeakable.

“So there is this culture of death that permeates that party.”